06.01.15

Ruth Rodnick

Ruth Rodnick , 77 of New Haven, CT passed away peacefully at the Regency House of Wallingford, CT. She was the beloved mother of Dave and Kim Rodnick of Orange, CT., and Andrea and Chris Case of Killingworth, CT. and Grandmother of Lauren Rodnick of NYC. She was predeceased by her parents Edward & Sally Levine and her sister Sylvania Sudarsky, also survived by several nieces and nephews. During her career she excelled as a credit and collections manager, until her retirement. She loved to read and write. She had a poem published in CT. Writer’s Society which was one of her prouder moments. She also had a letter published in People Magazine. She enjoyed playing Scrabble, Mahjong and bingo. A special heartfelt “Thanks” to all the staff at The Regency House of Wallingford for their great love, care and affection along with Hospice.
Service in the Weller Funeral Home, 493 Whitney Ave, New Haven, Tuesday morning at 10: am. The interment will be in the Beth David Cemetery, 300 Elmont Rd., Elmont, NY. Memorial contributions may be made to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

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5 Comments

  1. Bunny and Burt Glassman said,

    06.01.15 at 2:27 pm

    We are so sorry to learn of Ruthy’s passing. She was a great friend to know and have for all her years. We always looked forward to her coming in for the summer, and we shall greatly miss her.
    Bunny and Burt

  2. Lisa Morbidelli Andreoli said,

    06.01.15 at 11:13 pm

    Dear Andrea and family ,
    I am sorry to hear of your loss. Your Mom was always a wealth of knowledge and a ton of fun at the same time. My husband and I will never forget her. I am sorry I will not be able to attend the service. I have work. Our prayers and thoughts will be with you all.
    Lisa and Nik Andreoli

  3. Dawn & Tim Callahan said,

    06.02.15 at 3:12 am

    I have know Ruthie since I was just a little girl around the age of 7. All the years of growing up with her she was like a second mom. her raising her children as a single mom and my mom doing the same was difficult back then but they did it and made us all strong and loving. I will always remember that laugh or that smile on her face when we told her about our adventures! “You live for the good times girls” she would always say.
    You were one of the bravest, strongest, and loving people i know.
    Your battle was no easy one but you faced it everyday strong and head on and never let it get the best of you. You were blessed with two wonderful children who love you with all their hearts as they were blessed to have you.
    We will always love you and miss you and I was so happy i was able to spend some time with you last month.
    You are an angel at peace now. God Speed Ruthie.
    XO,
    Dawn

  4. anthony acri said,

    06.02.15 at 12:50 pm

    I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family.

    Tony Acri

  5. Sharon Teller said,

    06.03.15 at 12:19 am

    So sorry to learn of Ruth’s passing. I was Ruth’s dental hygienist for many years in Dr. Natkin’s office. Ruth was more than just a patient but a friend. I always looked forward to her Saturday noon appointments as we caught up on the latest in our lives. May her memory forever endure in the hearts of her family.
    With Shalom,
    Sharon Teller